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to taste it. >> i might, i might -- >> at least you're eating leaner meat. >> it's thanksgiving, i'm allowed to have one piece of meat. >> thank you for coming by. >> we hope you have a good thanksgiving too. "fox & friends" starts right now. bye! >> good morning, it is thursday, november 24th, 2016. happy thanksgiving, everyone, i'm abby huntsman. what major moves from team trump, the president-elect welcoming another woman to his white house team. who is it? let's just say the unions aren't going to like this one. >> on this holiday, a message from the president-elect. >> it's my prayer on this thanksgiving we begin to heal our divisions and move forward as one country strengthened by shared purpose and very, very common resolve. >> wait, donald trump is calling for healing. there are people in the mainstream media who will not
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like that. >> it turns out they are not so thankful. >> i believe in being truthful not neutral. we have to be prepared to fight, especially hard right now for the truth. >> who's truth? are we surprised? "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ >> try not to sing out of key on this thanksgiving. that's a live look this morning at the beginning of the parade route at the macy's thanksgiving day parade. holding one of the turkey balloons this morning -- >> really? >> i hope so. >> it's thanksgiving, we have been waiting for this day. we've been prepping for it for weeks here on "fox & friends."
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the set looks beautiful. we're awaiting this big parade that happens along 6th avenue. i've never seen it in person. >> really? >> they come down the street here, they are bigger than the whole building. snoopy will be bigger -- >> is that pikachu. >> that's the macy's -- there's a lot to be thankful for right now and we'd like to hear about it. the parade will come right down the street. >> it's already blocked off this morning. >> you can see -- people are lining up, holy smokes, look at these people, countdown at 6:00 in the morning. >> they came to see our show. >> i saw a parade of police cars because as i was walking in at 4:00 a.m., there's going to be even more security than usual. there have been unfortunately -- >> is that possible? >> talk from isis and others about this being a big target -- >> better safe than sorry in the
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city always. >> the pressure is on because we've got to make a turkey. you're up early bathing it in a ice bath or something. if you need help, we have you covered. >> butterball turkey expert is answering your questions all morning long. good morning, janice. >> good morning, thanks for having me. >> we're super excited to have you. we'll talk to you in just a moment. >> so much going on with the president-elect donald trump. vacation time you would think he's down in palm beach but he's working. the transition team still doling out all kinds of new people they are naming and he even put out a video wishing everyone a happy thanksgiving. >> it was a nice video. take a look at this. >> we've just finished a long and bruising political campaign. emotions are raw and tensions just don't heal overnight. it doesn't go quickly unfortunately. but we have before us the chance now to make history together, to bring real change to washington, real safety to our cities and
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real prosperity to our communities, including our inner cities, so important to me and so important to our country. but to succeed, we must enlist the effort of our entire nation because when america is unified, there's nothing beyond our reach. and i mean absolutely nothing. let us give thanks for all that we have and let us boldly face the exciting new frontiers that lie ahead. thank you, god bless you and god bless america. >> star trek reference in there. >> he's going around the media right now. he played theike a fiddle during the campaign season. he said i'm going to release this on youtube because the mainstream media was really mean to me during the campaign. i'm going to release this on youtube. >> he'll have to engage at some point. >> of course, we had the same pressure when barack obama was president-elect and coming to power and he had news
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conferences early on but he also tried to go around us and put the videos out there, holiday messages and what's interesting to me is that i didn't hear the media a lot back then saying what's barack obama doing going around us with his own photos and he's got his own photographer who put out these wonderful images of him behind the scene and videos. so now donald trump is doing it and you're starting to hear, what is this about, he's going around us? there's more anger because the media wants a fight as he's talking about unity. >> he did sit down with "new york times" a couple of days ago -- >> and the wall street journal and they were tweeting out about the whole interview process. you have to say he is talking to the media. he will have to do press conferences but the tone we've heard from mr. trump since he's won, has been one of unifying this country. i think everyone is ready for it -- >> it was nasty but if you look at press media websites over past week, they are trying to
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raise money. they are saying we need to cover the trump presidency, we want it to be fair. we're going to fight fair and free journalism. subscribe to us. you're hearing this from slate magazine and yts new york times and christiane amanpour, at the press freedom event had this to say. listen. >> that is how it goes with authoritarians around the world like erdogan and putin, first the media is accused of inciting, then sympathizing, then associating and then suddenly they find themselves accused of being full fledged terrorists and they end up in handcuffs and in cages and kangaroo courts, in prisons and then who knows what. we have to be prepared to fight, especially hard right now for the truth. >> i think the biggest takeaway was this disconnect that exists,
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clearly between the media and much of this country that was obviously feeling very differently about what they wanted for their next president. >> good point. >> last night basically saying, hey, media, take a look in the media, it could be your problem. take a listen. >> the real threat to journalism is the fact they were so wrong about what they told us was the truth of this election, they focused how many months on polls that they've now found were in error and never talked about issues and what these candidates were saying and what they stood for, they talked about their own narrative. that's the threat to journalism because the american people as you pointed out are ignoring them, don't trust them. >> remember james rosen, talking obama administration here, do you remember what happened with the obama administration and looking into fox news targeted phone records and all of that. there were some journalists who stood up but not what you're seeing now. >> i think -- what are they
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struggling with so much? >> i want to go back to christiane amanpour, trust is an important issue. but for her to compare donald trump to various dictators to ayatollah and erdogan in turkey, if you stand up to these type of men, you wind up in cages if you're a reporter. maybe in turkey but the idea here in united states reporters are going to wind up in cages -- >> talk about truth, and whose truth. to your point about middle america and out there at the rallies, signs everywhere for trump and mainstream media saying it's hillary clinton territory and people are saying, where are clinton supporters, i don't even see them but that's what media is telling us. >> that's what we've heard at diners across the country. that's when i realized the disconnect when i hear from voters and watching different
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channels and reading different papers, there's something going on here they are not understanding what the vote ares are feeling -- >> i would love that. >> why has abby not come -- >> i would have love. >> pancakes, i'm getting good at making pancakes these days. >> you're better at this. president-elect donald trump diversifying his cabinet, tapping a second high profile woman to join his team. garrett has the latest on the newest pick this morning. happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving and good morning to you. both of these later picks have made a lot of republicans very happy. we now know that betsy due vas will be the nominee to head the department of education. she is a former chairwoman of the michigan republican party brings a deep background in education, long time advocate and national leader in the school choice movement. her husband is heir to the amway
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fortune, the couple has been active in republican politics for decades, even some of mr. trump's harshest critics are praising the decision. jeb bush said she is an outstanding pick for secretary ever education, look forward to her bold leadership at the u.s. department of education. very excited by betsy devos, could be strongest since my boss bill bennett and betsy will have a far more cooperative congress. devos has been a strong supporter of common core standards. the trump team says it is his agenda that she'll be pushing not her own though. >> that's an important distinction there, garrett. >> we want to get over to kristin fisher on this thanksgiving morning. >> good morning. >> saw you trying to carve that turkey this morning. >> i even ate a piece of meat and haven't eaten in three months. >> happy thanksgiving to all of you at home.
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i have sad news to start out with. a sixth child has died following a deadly school bus crash in tennessee. the driver went off of his normal route before the bus swerved off the road wrapping around a tree in chattanooga. new toxicology tests show johnthony walker didn't have drugs or alcohol in his system, just going over the speed limit. it's not clear why he was on a different route. he now faces vehicular homicide charges. a wayne state university officer was shot a few blocks from the detroit campus, making the fifth attack in less than a week. the suspected gunman davis now in custody. police are offering a $5,000 reward for the murder weapon. snow and rain could snag thanksgiving travel plans all over the u.s. northern new york and new england are expecting snowfall
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and light icing and strong winds are expected into washington state. 49 million people are hitting the road for thanksgiving, while nearly 4 million are packing airports from coast to coast. across the globe, our brave servicemen and women who can't be with their families are celebrating thanksgiving on bases and ships aboard the uss eisenhower, feasting on nearly 5,000 pounds of turkey and 1,000 pounds of ham plus all of the good fixings. troops in afghanistan taking part in the turkey bowl at bagram air field. those are your headlines. guys, what would thanksgiving be without football? one of the perks of the early shift, you can watch football. >> wouldn't want to be without football or turkey. kristin fisher trying to celebrate thanksgiving as a vegetarian and we're not having it. >> this show will not vegetarianism -- >> very true. >> a big show today, more on
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school choice movement, serving on the american federation for children, has been been the organization she led, leading advocate of school choice and earned praised from some of donald trump's fiercest critics like ben sas, very outspoken in part of the never trump movement. she's a leading advocate on school choice and spoke at the forum in ohio about school choice and saying that teacher unions have really been holding back innovation in regards to education in the country. so she might be met with criticism. obviously from the left which could make potentially a senate confirmation a little difficult for her because she's been a fierce critic of teacher unions. >> and betsy devos on twitter, i'm honored to work on vision to make america great again. the status quo in ed is not acceptable. we can make transformational change to make sure every
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student has the opportunity to fulfill his or her highest potential. interesting as well, she has spoken out in favor of common core. something donald trump said he would do away with. i wonder more big picture, what do you think about the fact that donald trump seems to be moderating positions and having an open mind, which critics said he did not have. in in one it may be a positive but conservatives might be worried about him being too flexible. >> i don't think we know that yet. remember during the general election, there was so much talk about donald trump is going to change the stance on immigration, what was leading on other networks as well, national headlines on the hour, every hour about donald trump will change the stance on immigration, centerpiece of his candidacy and didn't. he gave that big speech and came out in the same position he had been holding on immigration for quite some time. i don't think we know that yet. regarding this choice, specifically, donald trump put
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out a $20 billion initiative on school choice. this is in line with that and says he is against common core. she has put out a statement reiterating she is also against common core. we don't quite know that yet. i assume it might come up during the confirmation hearing. >> nikki haley seems to wants to focus on she took the confederate flag -- she has a record that goes far beyond that -- >> absolutely, she's the first female governor in south carolina. she is the youngest in our nation's history at 44 years old. the donald trump campaign -- donald trump elect transition team put out a statement touting her ability to negotiate on behalf of south carolina internationally and bring those jobs particularly manufacturing jobs back to south carolina. she did that with volvo and they brought manufacturing plant to south carolina, which is the first time they did in the
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united states. it was very competitive and she was able to successfully bring a $500 million manufacturing plant for volvo cars to south carolina. they've touted that ability to meet with international companies and bring the business back to her state and that is something she's been very successful at. >> lisa booth, digging into more details and giving us a fuller account of the nominees. we appreciate you doing that. happy thanksgiving and starting with us here on "fox & friends." good to see you. >> mexico says they will not pay for president-elect donald trump's wall but that might happen whether they like it or not. all eyes on sixth avenue, not far from where i'm standing as new york city prepares for the famous macy's thanksgiving day parade. rick is there live for a sneak peek. you can see him out there, people are gathering to see rick and maybe a few floats. we'll get to him next. ♪
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welcome back and happy thanksgiving to you and your family. the woman accused in the brutal killing of a campus mother and abduction of her newborn baby is in the country illegally. the suspect was arrested in july but released before immigration officials notified the jail of her status. and you've heard president-elect trump say this over and over again. >> we're going to build a wall and mexico is going to pay for
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the wall. it will pay for it. >> mexico insists they are not going to pay for the southern border wall but maybe will help build that wall. the ceo of a mexican cement company says he's ready to help mr. trump construct the wall and says he can't be choosey about who he does business with. >> that's a good money maker right there, 8,000 miles of cement. the phrase rules don't apply might apply to donald trump but also apply to warren beatty, the name of his long awaited new movie. let's step into the spotlight, michael went one on one. >> i did. >> an exclusive. this is hollywood legend warren beatty's first project in 15 years. i talked about what finally brought him back to the big screen. ♪ >> billionaire -- -- not millionaire -- what the hell happened to the close-up of me
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in the cockpit. >> warren beatty is back. this time producing, directing and writing and starring in his new film "rules don't apply". >> what was it about this project that brought you back? >> i'm interested in and i've always been really very amused by howard hughes. i never met him but i feel i've met everyone who ever met him. and i just -- the stories i would hear, always made me laugh. i didn't know whether i really wanted to make a comedy or dramedy or drama or whatever. i thought i would just tell a story and see what happens. with me it's usually a cast and the level of intelligence and integrity and wit and humility that these two have, i thought, oh, that's a love story that i'm interested in. >> what he does is informed by a life spent really inside of
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hollywood and film for 50, 60 years. everything he does has this -- you almost feel you're connected to it and lineage of hollywood history. >> great atmosphere we got to rehearse in and got to know each other, which all -- ends up being in the film. >> may i give you advice? >> yes. >> never trust anybody. >> when you arrived in hollywood, what was your experience like at that time? >> when i came to hollywood, i was lucky because i had a good start. and then i was about to do the movie and i was lucky and the movie worked. then the big word that comes into play would be access. you know, access to the people you would want to learn the most from in hollywood. >> great directors and producers and actors. >> what would the warren beatty of 2016 say to the warren beatty
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of 1968? >> this technology that we are either graced with or saddled with, makes everything different. so i have no idea what i would say to the guy who came in 1958. i do think that a young actors and actresses will be directing and producing movies sooner than people of my generation. >> he's so great. the movie stars aaron wright, cast as the new young han solo. >> i know my people. >> thanks, fox news magazine.com for more of my celebrity interviews or follow me on twitter and instagram. happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving. thanks for joining us. >> coming up, remember the veteran snubbed out of a free meal on veterans day?
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he got two hugs, two huge reasons to be thankful, thanks to billionaire mark cuban. >> turkeys can take hours to cook. we'll do it in less than five minutes and see if ed will eat that turkey. >> i'm willing to carve it. i hear you're a good carver. >> few hours from the macy's thanksgiving day parade, which is rick is right in the middle of it. >> i feel very thin next to my elf friend. this was like so much fun, three of them here in the parade and everything getting going right behind us. we're going to break down the entire parade and what is new this year and the weather. stay with us. ♪
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>> this is a live look at the start of the macy's thanksgiving day parade. it's on the upper west side. it gets off around 80th street off central park. they are getting the balloons ready right now. rick is there at the start of the line, it will kick off in a few hours. >> he loves it. >> i'll see what balloon he gets to hold this year. it's not that windy. one year it was too windy and they didn't want rick handling it. >> i think it will be a good day for the parade. we asked what you're thankful for. that is the biggest part of thanksgiving. >> getting all sorts of photo. >> thankful for their first daughter, 6-month-old julia, beautiful and thanks for sharing her with us. and debbie in california is thankful for her husband and best friend cathy and daniel and emmy, for their for children.
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what a beautiful family. >> give us more photos. friends at fox news.com and show us early preps, butterball, what you're doing to get ready. >> that's right. if you're home in your hoody footy pajamas getting ready, take heart, look at the people lined up to see rick in the macy's day parade. it turns 40 this year -- 90 i think. >> what did i say 40? i'm turning 40 this year. rick is at the starting point. help us get out of here, 90 years old, right, not 40. >> reporter: 90. twice your age plus ten. when you get that old you can start to put things in perspective. trust me, i'm a few years ahead of you. i have the executive producer of this entire event. that's a lot of responsibility. >> it's the best job in america. i will tell you that and tell we're set to celebrate thanksgiving in grand style. we've been working for a year and a half to bring this 90th
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parade from 77th street straight down to macy's herald square and it's not short of extraordinary. >> you start the planning a long time in advance and all of that to choose new balloons that happen every year. tell us a little bit about the new bloonz this year. >> we've got new balloons and floats, our new balloons are wonderful. we have a brand-new greg heply balloon and second charlie brown. the first one was in 2002. for the very first time we've got a balloon that has four characters in it and the trolls will fly high in midway through the parade and we have the balloon that started it all for us, felix the cat, first character balloon ever in the macy's parade in 1927. we didn't use helium back then. back then they were hoisted on polls and we're going to do that again this year. you'll see that in the parade. >> you remade it the way it was originally, a bit of history coming back. >> as best we know. we don't have plans but we have pictures and videos, we've
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looked at that and are created it in the way we believe it was. >> reporter: i covered this parade eight years and something new i learned this year, the original parade had live animals and live wild animals going down the street. >> that doesn't sound like a good idea, does it? in 1924 it was called the macy's christmas parade and we did have live animals we used to borrow from the central park zoo. turned out not to be the best idea. inflatable characters make the kids happier, that's what we have now. >> reporter: every year weather is the biggest story what's going to happen with the parade. weather is looking great. talk about the difference of a good weather day versus a bad weather day along the parade route. >> it's all about the hair. it kind of is miserable when it's raining but it doesn't dampen the spirits of the 8,000 people we have participating. we've got about 3.5 million people that come out to see the parade and cheer us on when the weather is bad. people are incredibly kind when we're marching down the streets of new york.
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any type of weather we'll show up and produce the best parade possible. we love it when it's dry. >> reporter: you mentioned 8,000 participants, clowns and people carrying the balloons and marching bands, a lot of people to organize. >> absolutely, 1200 cheer leaders. people on every single float, costume characters. we've got about 1,000 crazy clowns in the parade and have so much fun. they are the only part that leave the route and interact with the 3.5 million people on the route. >> reporter: when you're here, this is the happiness place i've ever experienced. congratulations on putting together a great show again and on the 90th anniversary. >> happy thanksgiving, everybody. >> back to you inside. >> looking forward to seeing more of the floats. pretty cool. >> never seen this parade before in person, how big they are, you watch it on tv. kristin, you haven't seen this parade either in person? >> i've never seen it before. my family that came up to new york with me is going out there right now this early to see it.
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>> camped out behind us. >> they are those people, not to see you but the parade. >> the parade, priorities, guys. >> let's get right to it. terror groups warn of new attacks on u.s. soil, the mastermind behind 9/11 reveals al qaeda's real strategy to destroy our country. he says al qaeda wanted to use america's lax immigration laws to infiltrate our legal and welfare systems. al qaeda wanted muslims to wrap themselves in america's laws to protection and rise up and violently to impose sharia from within. the man at the center of netflix's making a murderer could be one step closer to freedom of the an agreement is reached between avery's lawyers and the judge overseeing the appeal to have key evidence scientifically tested independently. he was sentenced to life in prison for the 2005 murder and
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meet his goal of feeding 1 million hungry u.s. soldiers. abby and clayton, over to you. >> as families get ready to gather around the thanksgiving table this morning, morgan is our political strategist and we're going to talk about the biggest turkeys of the year in politics. i always love this. nice to see you this morning. >> good morning. >> let's start with reverse order here. start with number five. who's on the list here? >> we have senator elizabeth warren and this is because she has painted herself as being this white night crusader against wall street having anything to do with politics but she endorsed hillary clinton and one study showed for every dollar donald trump received in donations from wall street, hillary clinton got at least $539. so i think she lost credibility on her embracing the wall street this year. >> makes you wonder how she would have done in a primary against hillary clinton. >> we'll never know. >> interesting. number four on the list, this is barack obama.
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>> i picked president obama specifically because of the russia issue. if you remember in 2012 in the debate against mitt romney, president obama actually made fun of mitt romney. >> we have that clip. let's watch that. >> my hope is that the president-elect coming in takes a similarly constructive approach finding areas where we can cooperate with russia where our values and interests align, but that the president-elect also is willing to stand up to russia where they are deviating from our values and international norms. >> that was not the right clip but we all remember that moment in the debate where you had president obama going against mitt romney. >> perhaps president obama and hillary clinton should have
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listened years ago especially related to the hacking. >> senator rubio, why? >> i love senator rubio, if you remember the debate in new hampshire where he and chris christie went at it and he repeated himself over and over again in the debate, same phrase and chris christie looked at him with a dog with a bone in his mouth. it was probably the most painful debate performance of the 2016 election. >> not enough to hurt him. comes back and wins re-election in the senate. >> that's true. that was a rough debate though. number two on pt list, hillary clinton. >> this year's 47% comment goes to hillary clinton whenever she called trump supporters irredeemable, she called the deplorables and people who watch fox call themselves deplorables now -- >> proudly so. >> if she looks back at the 2016 campaign, probably one of the statements she regrets the most, you can't block off an entire group of american people when you're running for president. >> that's probably a bad idea.
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>> figure this crazy year out. then number one on the list, i think without a doubt is the mainstream media. >> it's the mainstream media and corporate elite and washington elite. no one saw the rise of donald trump coming. once he got the nomination, all of the groups said he'll never win because they were completely out of touch with the american voter and average american. i don't know they've learned their lesson. >> i was going to say, i don't think they have looked in the mirror quite yet. >> happy thanksgiving. >> how one green candidate plans to block president trump at the white house. >> chris the cyber guy is here to help you skip the huge lines this year. he's up next. ♪
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welcome bang -- back. the black friday deals not just for retail stores. you can even score deals at the grocery store. >> the apps you cannot leave home without. >> grocery stores, really? >> i'm telling you need to know when it comes to really saving money in the holidays, you got to know where in the store to go find some stuff and there are apps that point our way around the aisles of the stores, so there's really good stuff to do on black friday and really bad stuff to do on black friday.
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this segment -- i'm going to start with the best. the best stuff right now, what do you save money on black friday? it's mystery. the truth is tvs are definitely a good deal. there's a 65 inch samsung right now at walmart that was 2499, it's going to be tomorrow 799. $ -- >> not $7.99. but $799. >> yes. home improvement items. groceries, it's a great time of year to stock up on black friday. all the ads, the cars. this is one of the best times of the year to buy a car, period, bar none. what's the worst thing to buy right now? >> i'm going to go with home and patio furniture. >> how did you ever guess? >> really, just off the top of my head. >> oh, my god. >> clayton.
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>> that's the first one on the list. that's amazing. july and august is the best time to buy that kind of stuff, furnishings for the patio. same for gift cards. you think it's cheaper now but it's not necessarily cheaper and airline tickets. you have those black friday sales. they are actually cheap ner january. so the vast majority of tickets -- >> the new playstation pro and x box one. >> they weren't usually going to go on sale because they are new. but this year, a big exception. it's actually going to be about 50 bucks off for it. >> you want to actually land those deals, you got to go down the aisle. >> you have this cool one that shows the all aisles. >> let me tell you about my alert. you sign up for this thing. it's called track alert. it's a registration for items. if the price drops, you can get
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your money back. there's another one called aisle 411. this shows you where in the store everything is located. so if you are one of those people who wants to get out there and chase down the deals, and it takes -- [ multiple people speaking ] >> what's our last one? it's sorted of like google on the inside. package x-ray. you get your phone out. when the amazon shows, you scan the label, and boom, it will tell you what's in the box. >> what would we do without you? president-elect rolling out his plans for his 100 days. we're back with more on that. stick around.
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good morning to you and your family. happy thanksgiving. it is thursday november 24th, 2016. i'm abby huntsman. we begin with this. president-elect donald trump still busy this holiday making major moves welcoming another woman to the white house team. who is it? let's just say the unions are not going to like this one. and the president-elect has a very important message for all of you today. >> it's my prayer that on this thanksgiving we begin to heal our divisions and move forward as one country, strengthened by shared purpose and very, very common resolve. >> coming together, unity. the mainstream media must love that, right?
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not so much. there's one cnn journalist saying reporters might be thrown in cages, really? and when squirrels attack. seriously. there's no video of that. i'm just -- i'm just saying that when squirrels attack. >> it sounded like a pregnant pause. >> who needs video? "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ [ gobbling ] ♪ they are teeing up that squirrel like -- >> the video is overrated. >> we're still waiting for that squirrel video but in the meantime we're waiting for the parade to get all prepped this
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morning. >> rick reichmuth is out there. >> that's the upper west side. you are looking down toward downtown. they are all lined up on the upper west side. that's around 80th street, up near the natural history museum right there. >> all the way down to fifth avenue, right outside of your building. it's the 90th year of the macy's thanksgiving day parade. rick was out there saying they are doing a throwback to one of the old balloons, felix the cat. they used to do on poles. not wires. >> and chris is thankful for his dog boomer and for "fox & friends." they are up early with us. that's nice. >> that looks like down in maryland there. saint michaels or something.
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>> sandy is thankful for our grandson who loves our presidents, especially abraham lincoln. >> i like this one. this picture of a turkey that says i'm not cook but i can follow directions which says let the bird chill in a sink for a few hours. he's chilling -- i guess in the right wing there, it's a little remote control. >> that is the cutest picture of the morning. i love it. thanks for sending us though. >> happy thanksgiving to all of you. happy thursday morning. >> good morning to you. happy thanksgiving. it's good to be here. and brian, steve, and ainsley are enjoying a much needed holiday. we are in this morning. the pressure is on. if you need help this morning, we've got it for you. janice is here to answer all your turkey questions. >> barbara from tennessee is asking how do you prevent the turkey from overcooking? what is the answer to that? super easy. all you want to do is you want to use a meat thermometer and
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make sure that breast meat doesn't get above 165 or 170 and the thigh is done at 180. >> now, ted from texas asked a question that a lot of people have when you drop the ball here. he says help, my turkey isn't fully thawed yet. >> ted, you should have been thinking about this yesterday or before. what do you do now? >> fill your sink with cool tap water. you submerged it breast side down, leave it in the sink filled with water, about 30 minutes per found -- pound. change the water every 30 minutes but you can get it defrosted. i wish i were a turkey expert. >> well, you could be. you could become one. >> a lot of schooling, douked that. >> i swear there are 20 turkeys on the set. i don't know if one is fry. one raw. >> they smell delicious. let's talk politics this
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morning. they are going to be talking about donald trump, maybe his thanksgiving message he website out on -- sent out on youtube yesterday. listen to his message. >> we just finished a long and bruising political campaign. emotions are raw. things don't heal overnight. it doesn't go quickly unfortunately. we have before us the chance to bring real change to washington, real safety to our cities and real prosperity to our communities, including our inner cities. so important to me and so important to our country. but to succeed, we must enlist the effort of our entire nation because when america is unified, there is nothing beyond our reach and i mean absolutely nothing. let us give thanks for all that we have and let us boldly face the exciting new front tears that lie ahead. thank you, god bless you and god bless america.
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>> isn't that fascinating? he goes to youtube to release this message because he's been so fed up with mainstream media not getting his message out there. i'm going to release this on youtube. there's no filter, no press conference. he's releasing it -- it almost looks like he's from the oval office. >> it's a new era of communicating. i think he has sort of set a new precedent of now the president can talk to the american people but as you said earlier he played the media like a fiddle during the campaign. he was able to use his message via twitter, via other outlets. >> president obama has been doing it. >> president obama has been doing facebook live, instagram, twitter. you name it. the media didn't belly ache so much. why is donald trump doing that? now you have folks like chris teeian amanpour, she basically
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compared donald trump to dictators around the world and reporters end up in cages if they don't follow the company line. here's what's wrong with coverage of donald trump. >> we cannot continue the old paradigm. we cannot, for instance, keep saying like it was over global warming when 99.9% of the science, the empirical faction, the evidence is given equal play with the tiny minority of denials. so i believe in being truthful, not neutral. and i believe we must stop banalizing the truth. we have to be prepared to fight especially hard right now for the truth. >> whose truth? that's what gets me about this. it's who truth? is it her truth how we should be looking at this? >> she's admitting there that they are not treating this fairly. she was pretty honest about that and larry o'connor was on tucker
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carlson's show last night. they need to take a look in the mirror, the media. >> she actually went on to say that she's no longer interested in being even handed on unbiased. she wants to focus on the truth. i always get nervous when someone like her says it's time for us to champion the truth. we're heading into the holiday seasons. i like my new test at thatment a whole lot. and upon the -- pontius pilate was questioning jesus and he said what is truth? politicians think they stand for the truth. not everyone owns the truth. >> he -- the opposition, there are people who oppose that viewpoint, scifts, you just now ignore them. just focus on the 99%. >> it is the a good question.
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just the disconnect that exists today between mainstream media and much of the country, when they they'd to look in the mirror, this election should be a huge wake up call. >> we had no way it was going. it's an interesting going on right now but donald trump is putting together a cabinet and it's pretty fascinating. it's all going on. >> donald trump is dwoifg his -- diversifying his cabinet. >> we have the latest on the president's latest picks. >> good morning. you talk about looking in the mirror. it's probably better to do that this morning versus after you've eaten all that turkey later on today. just my bit of advice for the day. talking about the trump administration, though. it is quickly changing its image, not with just one but now two women said to take top posts. first with south carolina governor nikki haley who is mr. trump's nominee for u.s. ambassador to the united nations and yesterday afternoon, he
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announced betsy devos as the head of the department of education. she's a former chairwoman of the michigan republican party. along with her husband who is heir to the amway fortunate, she's been very active in republican politics for decades. mr. trump called her a brilliant education advocate. following the announcement, she said i am honored to work with the president-elect on his vision to make american education great again. the status quo in education is not acceptable. together, we can work to make transformational change to ensure every student has the opportunity to fulfill his or her highest potential. several unions and democrats are criticizing her past support for school vouchers and school choice, both of which mr. trump
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says he supports. thank you. kristin fisher is standing by with our headlines. >> good morning, kristin. >> we've got garrett teny. >> we're taking over. i like this. i have to start with some tough headlines. a sixth child has died following that deadly school bus crash in tennessee. investigators say the driver went off of his normal route before the bus swerved off the road, wrapping around a road. the 24-year-old driver didn't have drugs or alcohol in his system. police say he was going well over the 30 miles per hour speed limit but it's not clear why he was on a different route. he faces vehicular homicide charges. and a wayne state university k-9 officer shot in the head has died. the 29-year-old was shot a few blocks away from the detroit campus. marking the fifth attack on law enforcement in less than a week.
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the sus -- suspected gunman is now in police cud. snow and rain could cause snags in thanksgiving travel plans all over the u.s. the northern u.s., new york and new england are expecting snowfall and light icing. 49 million people are hitting the roads for thanksgiving while nearly 4 million are packing airports from coast to coast. and those are your headlines. back to you guys. thank you. coming up, kids you have been been warned during dinner today you might run into a trump supporter. the precautions colleges are taking dsh telling students to take. >> you know bradways reaction to the election. >> we are the diverse america who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. >> forget what the liberal elite think about that.
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>> thanksgiving day, it's been a wild ride, but i can't tell you. they kept me honest and they kept me true and i feel so blessed to have heard from voters all the time. >> donald trump laying out his first 100 days and sent out a video. let's look at some of this. >> on immigration, i will direct the department of labor to
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investigate all abuses of visa programs that under cut the american worker. on ethics reform, as part of our plan to drain the swamp, we will impose a five-year ban on executive officials becoming lobbyists after they leave the administration and a lifetime ban on executive officials lobbying on behalf of a foreign government. these are just a few of the steps we will take to reform washington and rebuild our middle class. >> the democrats, though, that is the most striking thing to me. they gave this a c. now, what i absolutely love is we're seeing more unity than we've seen so far among the parties. i think this new -- i don't want to call this a new donald trump, the mortem perred, presidential donald trump, he seems to be much more thoughtful, calm. >> more scripted.
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>> more scripted but this message of draining the swamp. this message of going to d.c. and fix it, democrats are on board and i think we're talking about how divided we are as a nation. i am so encouraged with i see dial lines that. to me what it's saying people are starting to hearing donald trump's message, i think there's a lot of optimism out there right now. >> this one, brandon dixon, the hamilton actor, he addresses mike pence at a broadway show. take a look at this. >> we are the diverse america who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. our planet. our children. our parents or defend us as a whole our inalienable rights sir. we truly hope that this show inspires you. >> i think this is more about is the right place and right time
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to say. >> obviously, democrats agreed with his message. it wasn't so much that republicans and independents didn't. we want a president that represents all americans. what they said this wasn't about what he said, exactly what you are saying. this is about where he said it. is this an appropriate forum? is this what people wanted to hear when they went to the theater? it was more of a question of timing and is this the right place than it was the content. i want to be clear this notion, all people want freedom of speech and freedom of expression but believe there's a time and place. kellyanne conway has been all over the air waves. she spoke recently about some folks in the media. >> fairness is not actually have presumptive negative the about you and assuming the worst about you. i think donald trump has faced an unprecedented avalanche of
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critical coverage. he owes his victory to that. there was a backlash against elites and against those who were telling americans what is important to them. >> you can see, kellyanne conway, rock star that she is, republicans and independents gave an a. democrats a c minus. she has this ability to reframe things for folks that seems much more reasoned. she's an amazing communicator. i think most people agree that when you agree with her politics or not, that she is just -- has amazing ability to connect with voters. >> c minus for democrats. >> that's right. they both got in the cs this week for democrats. >> thanks for being here. coming up, a chicago city councilman is recovering in the hospital after being attacked by squirrels? we're not kidding about this. and president-elect's cabinet is nothing but bad if you believe the mainstream media. what's the real story? our political panel takes a hard
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happy thanksgiving, everyone. we're back with news by the numbers. first up, 8.4%. that's how much consumer confidence that's soared following president-elect trump's win. shoppers will spend nearly 4% more this holiday season compared to last year. next up, two. that's how many turkeys president obama spared from the dinner table. mr. obama continuing the long cherished tradition of pardoning turkeys before tater and tot. sasha and malia didn't show up.
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they didn't want to listen to his terrible jokes. a 99-year-old woman become an american citizen. she waved the american flag after taking the oath allegiance. president-elect donald trump diversifies his cabinet by adding two women, nikki haley and betsy devos. >> here to discuss, our political panel. good morning all. happy thanksgiving. harlan, you say that the way the media has covered this cabinet selection process is slanderous. is that true or are you just being dramatic? >> no, no. maybe a little bit of drama. >> slanderous. >> you saw tucker carlson took to task one of the mainstream
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media writers. jeff sessions, no back up at all. they are trying to do the same thing to people like steve bannon and i think they are going to do it to nikki haley as well. this is a real concern. i think the media has add voe -- abdicated their journalistic responsibility to do this. >> some of the comments jeff sessions made maybe they were decades ago, they weren't recent, maybe about the naacp were problematic and will pop up in these hearings. >> they will require some degree of scrutiny. the president-elect has a responsibility to his coalition of populists to demand from his cabinet that degree of camaraderie with the fore gaten man and woman. we've seen diversification in terms of gender, but what about
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socioeconomic status. >> i am amused by the pick of nikki hal nikki haley as the u.n. ambassador. they are saying she has no foreign policy experience. president obama had no foreign policy experience. >> he also put susan rice in who was the worst ambassador ever. nikki haley is a great pick. she's had a lot of international business deals that she's brokered as governor of south carolina. her husband served in afghanistan for a year and when we're getting into foreign entanglements, i think it's important for the people making the decisions to have our men and women in the armed forces on their mind. >> the democrats, what do they do next? you were a democrat for trump as i recall during the campaign. there seems to be a lot of confusion. you got some democrats saying
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we've got to have a recount in wisconsin and michigan. others pressuring elect tors not to vote for donald trump in december. >> i've seen what happens on the american worker. they turn their back. they are in complete denial about this election. not about just the outcome, but about why they actually lost, and if you talked to even top consultants, they will say that the reason that she lost was because of bigotry and homophobia and racism and all of these things that are not substantiated at all by the facts. >> what about the dnc job? >> they have to demand accountability, with respect to cabinet picks and public policy. public policy dictates norms in this country, behavior and ultimately the economic conditions of the working class. >> and nancy pelosi is not
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getting a free pass. she's actually going to have a challenge after thanksgiving. >> she should. she's been in power most of my life at this point. >> you are not that old. you are very young. >> yes. >> she hasn't won an election since 2008. her job should be on the line and it's not sexism for this -- for tim ryan to step up and say, you know -- >> he has the perfect pedigree to challenge her. >> he's from ohio, youngstown. happy thanksgiving. thank you for joining us. >> same to you. >> coming up, an urgent warning going out to college students everywhere. today you might run into a trump supporter. watch out. we're not kidding. that's the warning and veal have it. we're a couple of hours away from the maes's thanksgiving day parade. rick is in the middle of it. good morning. >> i'm supposed to talk but i don't think i even need to. i mean it's the christmas tap dancing christmas tree. we're going straight from thanksgiving to christmas.
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happy thanksgiving to all you out there. we've been asking our audience what are you thankful for this year. this came in from brian, a marine corps veteran, he's thankful to be home with his son. >> cindy is thankful for her family and her boys, reagan and g.w. she named them after republican presidents. >> her daughter mad line is thankful she's going to be a big sister in may of next year. >> she's okay with it. >> kelsey is going to be on. >> she's one of your favorite artists. >> she was magnificent. knocked it out of the park. she's going tok to be live from the parade in a moment. look at all these people lined up already.
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kristin's family may be out there. >> waiting for the parade or waiting to see her. >> she want to see her do headlines now. >> good to see you. >> they are literally standing out there. been out there since 5:30 in the morning. happy thanksgiving, everybody. so the post-election denial may be reaching some new heights for some. former green party presidential candidate jill stein demanding a recount in three battleground states. stein's campaign says it's raised the $2 million for a recount in wisconsin and they are asking for more hand outs to do the same in michigan and pennsylvania. it's in response to reports that voting machines may have been hacked. now, i know, a lot of people are waking up this morning worried that they are going to have to talk politics over thanksgiving dinner but don't stress. some professors have already taught their students to talk to trump supporters. colleges across the country are offering advice for students who are concerned about a run-in with more conservative family members. for example, the college of william & mary in williamsburg, virginia is offering a
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thanksgiving tool kit and the new school in new york city is offering a prethanksgiving meditation. aohm. we've got an ecigarette exploding a man's pocket sending sparks flying inside of grand central terminal. you can see people running away as fire shootings from his pants. >> his pockets engulfed in flames. there were sparks. i thought it was fireworks like fourth of july. >> the victim will need surgery for his burns. it's no joke. when you fight the squirrels, the squirrels might fight you back. a chicago alderman claims a squirrel purposely attacked him on his bike. it comes weeks after he talked
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about aggressive squirrels abeing at thatting trash cans. a squirrel jumping in front of a bicycle on purpose. i don't know about that. >> we need safe spaces from these very aggressive squirrels. >> those squirrels will get you. thank you, kristin. tomorrow kicks off some of the biggest sales of the year with you you don't have to wait for black friday to get a good deal. bass pro shops five-day starts today. >> they brought the sale to us. alan treadwell here with details. the folk at home are watching thanksgiving morning, they are getting ready for the turkey. they will get to that in a second. what are they doing right now? >> bass pro shops we have santa's wonder land going on. bass pro shops, we believe in the power of christmas and simpler times when people spent the holidays together. it reminds you of the times you can get a free photo with santa. >> it's not free everywhere anymore. >> no, it's not. >> take advantage of a free santa.
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>> talk to us about this. >> this is a brand-new size, six and a half quart fish fryer. there's less oil. best price ever, $25. >> inside or outside? >> outside. >> what about clothes? all kinds of stuff? maybe go fishing. >> these are our hoeds. these are under $10. some comfortable. great for a cool fall day like this. >> also great gift that i love to give people is watches, if you can get the right watch. you can't go wrong with that. >> the bass pro awches watches. they are rugged, water-resistant and they are under $10. they come in a gift tin. >> you can get something like that at times square, they say but they look cheaper than these. these look good. these are high quality. >> what about this? >> this is 100-mile-an-hour rain suit. this is the ultimate rain suit on the market. anything mother nature throws your way, you are going to be prepared for while you are wearing this and during this
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sale, you could save $50 each on the top or bottom or $100 for the empire set. >> great. we want to toss out to rick reichmuth who is at the macy's day parade. he's with casey bellarini. >> happy thanksgiving. >> haep thanksgiving. >> i feel like i'm a vet. i love it. >> you just said to me it feels like disneyland here. tell me about your first experience on the parade. >> i watched it growing up and so to be here and see all the floats and costumes and stuff, i feel like i'm in disneyland. >> it's sensory overload. >> a lot of color. i like it. it's waking me up very early. >> what float are you going to be on? >> domino's sugar. >> and you are singing? >> i'm singing my song peter pan which has completely changed my life this year, i'm thankful
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for. >> i heard you wrote your first song when i was 12 years old. >> i did. i actually forgot it was mothers day so i wrote my mom a song and it completely changed my life. >> did you know you can do that? >> i was winging it and i have been ever since. >> you are head lining your own tour? >> i am. we come to new york next week, actually, i people like i come up here all the time. it's been incredible. >> tell me about your favorite thanksgiving memory. >> just like a lot of food and cooking in the kitchen. i have very fond memories of having the parade up in the kitchen on the tv and all of us in the kitchen just making a meal together. >> it's all about the food really. >> yes. >> where are you going to be after the parade? >> i'm going to stay in new york and have thanksgiving here and fly back to nashville tomorrow and have a big southern, stuff myself and sleep for serve days afterward.
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>> thanks for joining us. back to you. awesome. well, first, they slammed president-elect trump for his proposals, now the media outrage because they say he's not following through with those same proposals. can they have it both ways? >> and getting ready to pop a few bottles around the table tonight. a new study says keep it flowing. coming up. >> i just opened one. >> a bottle? >> it's early, but that's fine. my name is staff sergeant mills. i'm in kuwait here with the 369. i just want to wish my wife and daughter, krishna, a happy thanksgiving and to the rest of the familying, i pray god's blessing on you and hope to see you soon. go bless.
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it can also increase your good cholesterol. >> what about four glasses? yeah. call it the tale of two trumps. the media attacked trump as a dictator during the election. now, they are accusing him of flip flopping on his campaign promises. why is the media in attack mode? let's bring in molly hemingway. they felt like they were flat footed and now they are looking for a scapegoat right now. >> it's been amazing to watch the media throughout this year and a half. they have put the worst construction on everything that donald trump says. they flip out over everything he says or does. they make it sound tyrannical and awful. never really seeking to understand him and when he does what he's been doing in his communication for the last 40 years, which is kind of moderate his rhetoric. he puts out a extreme proposition and moderates it, which is something that he's done for decades after decades,
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they now act like this is suddenly a flip-flop. >> i actually have a hard time believing that they are really that confused about his rhetoric. it's something that's pretty well-known. >> confused or even upset. it seems like that they are upset by the fact that he is walking back his stance on hillary clinton and whether or not he would appoint a special prosecutor. you would think that would make them super happy. >> that's a really good example. throughout the campaign, people were really upset about how hillary clinton was able to evade responsibility for her mishandling of classified information and when people would say lock her up and when he wouldn't tell them to stop doing it, they acted like this was a horrible thing to say. he sent out this fundraising letter in june where he said that the american voter is the jury. the ballot is the verdict. and in november, you have the chance to indict hillary clinton. pretty obviously a metaphor and the media said he's promising to indict hillary clinton on november 8th which doesn't even
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make any sense. when he comes out after being elected and we don't need to continue this process, i actually don't agree with that, but it's not exactly a change of rhetoric for him. they just always made it sound like he was saying more extreme things than he was and they act like he's flip flopping. it's easy. >> one of the big issues they are talking about is the wall. whether or not mexico would pay for it, are we going to actually build this wall? he didn't mention it in the first 100 days, the things he wants to accomplish in the first 100 days and the media went wild about that. >> that's a funny one. people would say he's not going to a build a wall. here are the exact dimensions, the brick i'll use. he would guild the lily there. unlike any other politician who promised to build a security border, he's really serious about securing the border. if he didn't do that, people would be upset, but they are not as upset if it doesn't include an actual brick wall across the
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entire southern border. >> what about climate change? >> mainstream media have all decided not only is there broad consensus on climate change but everyone agrees that these big government proposals are the only way to handle the problem. that's actually not true. there are many different ideas about how to tackle climate change if you think that humans should in some way tackle climate change, he merely said with the "new york times" that he was open minded about it. he does think the environment is a big concern. there's not a contradiction about that. this is a good example of donald trump needs -- donald trump says he's open minded. it would be nice if the media were more open minded about different policy approaches to how to deal with climate change rather than freaking out over, you know the precise nature of what he is saying at a given moment. >> good luck with that. we can all dream about that over our thanksgiving dinner tonight. great to see you this morning. happy thank to you. >> and to you.
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>> coming up here, think your thanksgiving dinner couldn't get any better. stick around. that's a turkey there wrapped in bacon. oh, that's why ed is hovering over it. ♪
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we are so excited about this segment, we're cooking with friends this thanksgiving, so
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how do you prepare a last-minute feast with all the trimmings? >> we have the executive chef at delmonico's one of the best restaurants in the world. he joins us now with wonderful tips. >> so much history there. you guys invented what? >> baked alaska, eggs benedict. >> all invented at delmonico's. >> everybody loves bacon. we decided to go over the top. bacon wrapped turkey. >> how many pounds? >> that was five pounds. that was a 40-point turkey. it was five points of -- pounds of bacon before it was cooked. >> and this is the stuffing. >> this one is a mushroom and sausage bread pudding made with cream and eggs. all the stuff we bought in the store. i used sausage. >> all of this is in your cookbook. >> some of this is in the cookbook. >> what's it called?
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>> the book is "dining at delmonico's." >> we'll remember that. >> cauliflower. we have honey, parmesan. honey, infused with white truffle. >> shepherd's pie. >> you have the next day you have turkey left over, you have stuffing left over. sweet potatoes left over. this is kind of like a turkey next day lasagna almost. we layered the sausage stuffing. we layered turkey, vegetables. sweet potato, cheese. >> the only thing better than thanksgiving is the next day is when you have this left over. >> everybody is keyed up for desert. >> you've got a whole both of meringue. can you make this at home? >> you can make it. it's pretty easy. meringue, we have all the ingredients there. we didn't have space on the
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else. egg whites, sugar, a little cream of tar tar, vanilla. egg whites go in with your sugar. you start to beat it in your machine. >> how do we make this? >> let's do this. this is -- >> this is a raspberry jam. all we did for desert, we bought in the super market. >> i'm going to provide a little color commentary. the baked alaska invented at delmonicos and it was created on the night when we bought aalaska ka. >> yep. >> we're going to buy it from the russians. >> you made a celebratory pie. >> they were going to make it bake alaska, florida, and they didn't like that name because they thought it was too long. so they called it baked alaska.
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>> we've been eyeing this thing. >> there are 13 presidents who have eaten at delmonico's. >> absolutely. you got to top it off? >> absolutely. >> is that the most beautiful pie? >> it's coming apart. >> that's when you know you've succeeded. when it's dripping everywhere. >> hold on. hold on. >> we're still going. >> that's awesome. >> we need a blow torch. >> no, we can't have that in here. >> i know it's hard to believe, but you can make this at home. >> you can make it at home, definitely, when it's not melting. >> you got to share this. >> open a good bottle of wine on thanksgiving. you guys have a multiple -- >> delmonico's line, it's very approachable, good drinking wine. you can get it on our website, so -- >> i don't like wine that's unapproachable. i want all of my wine to be approachable. >> very approachable.
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>> this wine smiled at me when i walked up to it. >> this bacon turkey, i've never seen that before. >> you should slice into it. >> i think we should slice into it. >> make a reservation at delmonico's you are going to love it. >> go on their website. >> coming up, president-elect donald trump promises to bring the country together and he is starting with thanksgiving. the message that he just sent to all americans, top of the hour. we're just an hour away from the start of the macy's thanksgiving day parade. the balloons already on the move. we're live on the parade route with a sneak peek coming up next.
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ing. >> we have a mechanism for you -- >> president-elect trump has a message for you today. take a listen. >> it's my prayer that we begin to move forward as one country strengthened by shared purpose and very, very common resolve. >> the media, the mainstream media must love this message, right? stay with us. >> probably not. >> speaking of the media, it turns out they are not so thankful. >> i believe in being truthful,
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not neutral. we have to be prepared to fight, especially hard right now, for the truth. >> did christiane amanpour compare donald trump to a dictator, stayed tuned. >> remember this, the hottest toy from last season. they fixed it and it's back. this year, we're going to show the best black friday gadgets. this is one of the black friday, get $100 off right now, my best gadgets for black friday. >> you are selling it. >> in just a minute. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ >> i'm going to miss our turkey
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animation. >> charlie brown. >> chasing after the football. >> that starts all the way up in the upper 70s, goes all the way down sixth avenue, right down by our building. the crowd is already lined up right outside our building here. as you can see the shot right there. >> i think they are lined up for clayton's black friday deals. >> that too. >> we've been asking all morning. send in friends at fox news.com. >> a.j. is thankful to spend thanksgiving with his parents, especially his dad who is recovering from a triple bypass surgery. >> one of our viewers sent this, he's thankful for his new boys born at 11:45 last night named derrick and -- they tweeted that one to me. >> literally just born. >> you've had no sleep last night. >> and charlie is thankful for his wife and two daughters, sydney and claire. >> you know, thanksgiving is just a reminder it's all about
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family. of course, it's about the bacon-wrapped turkey but -- that's one of our producers. that's charlie. he's a producer on our show. charlie and his adorable family. i love that. >> and his wife. >> happy thanksgiving. you guys can send us your photos. i'm sure you have a lot of questions about turkey this morning. you've been lighting up our facebook page and email account because we've got our turkey help here. janice stahl is here and she's from butter ball. we've got a question for you. this comes from patricia from cleveland. what is a quick and simple way to season the turkey? >> oh, super easy. something that i do at home, i take a stick of butter, soften it, chop all kinds of herbs if you have anything left from your gar deny and go ahead stick that between the meat and the scpin and kind of shove it under there. it's phenomenal. >> speaking of skin. carolina from ohio wants to know
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how do you make the turkey skin crispy without burning it? >> that's super easy. that's vegetable oil. put it all over the turkey. put your salt, pepper on it, put it in the often -- oven, don't cover it. you'll get that beautiful magazine ready turkey. >> people can text you. >> 844-877-3456. you can text us. >> thank you. president-elect donald trump, a little r & r down in palm beach and working and bypassing mainstream media by delivering this message about thanksgiving directly to the american people. >> we've just finished a long and bruising political campaign. emotions are raw and tensions just don't heal overnight. it doesn't go quickly, unfortunately. but we have before us the chance now to make history together, to
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bring real change to washington, real safety to our cities, and real prosperity to our communities, including our inner cities, so important to me and so important to our country. but to succeed, we must enlist the effort of of our empire nation because when america is unified, there is nothing beyond our reach, and i mean absolutely nothing. let us give thanks for all that we have and let us boldly face the exciting new front tears that lie ahead. thank you, go bless you and god bless america. >> the media must lv that. >> he's been calling for this a couple of times, this country coming together. but i think it's interesting the way that he did it, he's going right to youtube. he's not hoeltding a press conference. he's sick and tired of the press right now. he's putting it out there on youtube, directly. it's been watched hundreds of thousands of times already on the youtube channel. he doesn't have to have this press conference. >> he learned how to play the media. i think he was surprised how
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much power he had through the campaign to tweet out what he wanted. if anything, i think the media is scrambling right now saying how do we handle this new president. we haven't done with anything like this. he can put it through youtube. without the media. >> if you go through "new york times," slate, plus, all these other websites are on a big subscriber binge. they want you to pay money to help them fight power. they want the truth out there. >> do they not see what happened in this election? >> what's interesting is of course is you have to take on whoever is on power, democrat and republican, and have tough coverage. there was coverage beyond tough. there was an onslaught against donald trump. there was positive coverage about donald trump. he played the media and he got on. "new york times," there would be three or four stories that were just negative, negative, negative, and he won anyway. >> that's the thing. you would think the media would have learned maybe a lesson from election day, but they are still out there fighting this.
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here is cnn's christiane amanpo amanpour. >> this is how it goes with authorry tearians around the world. first, the media is accused of inciting. then sympathizing, then associating, and then suddenly they find themselves accused of being full-fledged terrorists and subversives and then they end up in handcuffs, and ages -- cage, kangaroo court and prisons and who knows what. we have to be prepared to fight, especially hard right now, for the truth. >> so she's worried that under a trump regime that there's going to be every journalist is going to fall lock-step. if they don't, they will be locked up in cages. >> i think that's a little extreme. i think larry o'connor was on tucker carlson last night and had an interesting reaction. >> the real threat to journalism
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is the fact that they were so wrong about what they told us was the truth of this election. they focused how many months on polls that they have now found were in error. they never really talk about issues. they didn't talk about what these kds were saying and what they stood for. they talked about their own narrative. they continued to do so. that's the threat to journalism, the american people are ignoring them now. they don't trust them. >> who is that guy texting by the way? >> yeah, right. >> remember him? >> he's doing a great job, but i thought he made a great point there, basically saying the media has got to take a look in the mirror. maybe the ones with the problem, at the end of the day, they got this wrong. >> what is truth? she makes the point that we need to use truth in our coverage. who is truth? her truth? when people lay claim to the truth, i find that troubling. you think your truth is the facts.
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>> we've gone out to the diners and the voters out there who ultimately decided the election. the media, we are so sick and tired of telling them how we're supposed to think. >> a lot of people in the media thought the truth was that donald trump was going to lose in a landslide and they were not talking to people in diners, like you were, and saying wait a minute, i don't think they are listening. donald trump is diversifying his cabinet. tapping a second woman to join his team. >> we have the latest on his pick. >> that's right. the second woman to join the trump administration is none other than betsy devos who is being tapped to head the department of education. she's well-known in the school reform movement. she's a long-time advocate and national leader in the push for charter schools and school vouchers. she also brings with her a lot of political connections as
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well. she's a former chairwoman of the michigan republican party and along with her husband who is heir to the amway fortune has been active in republican politics for decades. in a statement mr. trump called devos a brilliant and passionate education advocate. writing under her leadership, we will reform the u.s. education system and break the bureaucracy that is holding our children back so that we can deliver world class education and school choice to all families. now, as a leader in the school choice movement, devos hasn't made any friends among teachers unions. several prominent democrats as well, including nancy pelosi, have also come out against devos, so there are already signs of this nomination could be one that faces some pushback. back to you all. >> thanks. >> i'm glad we all the y' all from garrett. >> thanks, garrett. let's get over to kristin
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fisher. she's going to give us the head lienses. >> i'm from texas. i can give you guys a y'all if you want. i'm in new york city. i hate to say i've got an update to a very sad story. a wayne state university k-nine officer has died. he was shot in the head. he was shot a few blocks from campus. the suspected gunman is now in custody. police are offering a $5,000 reward for the murder weapon. snow and rain could cause snags in thanksgiving travel plans across the u.s. northern new york and new england are expecting snowfall and light icing not yet. snow and strong winds are expected in northern california into washington state. 49 million people are hitting the roads for thanksgiving. nearly 4 million are packing airports from coast to coast. and across the globe, our brave servicemen and women who can't be with their families are
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celebrating their thanksgiving on bases and ships. on the u.s.s. eisenwer, they are feasting on a thousand pounds of turkey and yams. and guys, just in case you were wondering, the football game is pitted the first cavalry division against the u.s. for s forces. the cavalry won. >> fewer injuries if they played in sand. >> our troops who are serving in harms way even as we get to live this wonderful life here in america. we've got to remember that. >> our heroes. we're going to hear from some of our soldiers and sailors this morning. we're going to play some of their sound bites. liberal protesters blocking an oil pipeline are in desperate
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need of donations. getting match books and fur blankets and snow mobiles. >> the president quickly filling his cabinet but there are plenty of high profile positions still. we're predicting mr. trump's picks next with tony. >> maybe i'll get one. we'll see. we'll back live at the macy's thanksgiving parade. stick around. >> i want to say happy thanksgiving to mom, dad, keona, kelly and morgan. i love you guys very much. i can't wait to see you when i get back. i said, "delivering tos always a special treat." oh. company, companionship, food...
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we can keep it straight. >> we make it easy on everybody. most people think we're twins so we have -- >> you are not related? >> no. we're best friends. we met when we were 15. we've been singing together since we were 16, 15. >> yeah, yeah. >> for a while. girl on a country song was a huge hit. today you are singing a different song on a float you just drove by. >> it was a girl scout float. i was a brownie for three years when i was younger. we're singing our original song called fly. it fits the setting. >> you are texas girls. >> texas and oklahoma. >> that's right. >> we claim her too. >> rivalry sometimes. what do you think about being in new york city for thanksgiving parade? >> it's definitely different from what we've normally done for thanksgiving, but we love it. there's so much energy and it's so fun and it's like our childhood is coming alive. it's so cool. >> soak up this moment, because this is a lifetime experience and you are going to have 3 1/2
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million people watching you. >> no pressure! >> i did not know. >> don't mess it up. >> we will try not to. we have 1:30, so if we do, something wrong. >> you guys are pro already. we can tell you. thank you for joining us. >> happy thanksgiving! >> abby, back to you. so major moves from president-elect donald trump inviting unexpected people to join thinks dis his cabinet. how does it stack up so far? here to break it down is tony staic. it's stacking up here. at first it's where the diversity, now as of yesterday, you've got two more women. >> sure, nikki haley, i think very happy conservatives today to see their darling get such a high-profile diplomatic post. i got to talk about betsy devos.
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she's a reformer. she's not someone who is going to go in the bureaucracy and accept the status quo. that's why you are getting resist tan from the left. this has been an issue both sides, particularly members of african-american clergy, people who want to see revitalized inner cities have supported the idea of school choice and charters. the picks of reince priebus and steve bannon was a brilliant positioning. you have reince priebus who understands washington. rnc chair. >> and a lot of criticism for steve bannon. >> both don't like the fact that steve bannon has outmaneuvered him. he's got that outsider finger on the pulse that this white house will need to stay true to form. >> we love to speculate. who is going to be next. secretary of state is arguably the biggest. walk us through who is going to
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take some of these big positions. >> anyone who doubted donald trump's commitment to really reforming immigration, this should not, jeff sessions has been an outstanding pick and will do an amazing job as attorney general. the speculation about secretary of state is garnering the most attention between mitt romney and rudy giuliani. >> one loyal and one not-so-loyal. look back to president lincoln, team of rivals. you have this team of people who haven't necessarily supported you in your administration. if he picks mitt romney, it will clearly show he's in governing mode. he wants to unify the party and country. he would be a terrific representative. rudy is strong, robust. he knows the president well. this is a clear message that the secretary of state has the ear not just the office. >> maybe there's somebody that they are not talking about that they are speculating about. you never know.
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there could be some prize -- surprise. >> i've been a fan of your father. governor jon hants -- huntsman. >> goldman sachs, also been a hollywood producer. there's within another -- >> rick perry as well has been talk about for energy and i love rick perry but that was the one that he couldn't remember, the three es. >> you don't want tom necessarily replicate that performance. governor of texas, energy state, during the first term of barack obama, 20% of the jobs created were in texas. energy secretary should be someone who knows how to help create jobs in the energy sector. >> here's a big one. defense. mad dog mattis. >> so many people are excited. this is the commander of our military overseas during the obama administration that was stopped short. president obama was thought to maybe not like some of the real
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welcome back. clayton has been excited for this segment for week now. you want to make sure to get the best deexes our own clayton morris has top picks to pay attention to. >> these are going to save hundreds of dollars. these are black friday deals for gadgets and a lot of people obviously for the teens, the kids and the husbands and wives in your family, these are going to be some great deals. the surface pro 4, the tablet is
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at best buy, actually a number of different places. up to $430 off selected devices and bundles. you can get this customized. you get the keyboard here. i got the philadelphia eagles custom keyboard. it's a powerful tablet. this is my favorite gadget of the year. the ero. they are doing a great black friday deal. get a package of them it. creates a mesh network at your house. look at the prices. $100 off the regular three pack. wi-fi in your house, if you get a dead spot, it will get rid of it. you go into the one area of your house that doesn't have good wi-fi, eero changes that. that's my favorite gadget of the year. black friday special. >> ps 4.
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>> these are-off the shelves. best buy has bought extra stock. uncharted game is included. this is the new ps 4 slim edition. get to best buy. you can order it quickly. >> what about this? >> ed loves a good hover board. >> they had problems last year but sharper image has come out with a new fire certification. they have rebuilt it from the ground up and you are not going to have -- it was the hottest gadget of that is leer. a lot of people were disappointed. not anymore. it's back and you are going to save a boat loet of -- boat load of money with the new hover board. >> do you think they will go out and buy them especially being concerned about what happened? >> you see how popular these are. kids wanted them and the parents were huh-uh. now you don't have to worry about the safety information. >> more information comes from
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pick up some great deals. yesterday, we told you about colleges offering students extra credit if they protested president-elect donald trump. this morning we have an update. the giant balloons are on the move. rick reichmuth right in the middle of it all. >> at the macy's parade you have clowns and i'm joined with the breakfast group right here. you are 90 years old. >> i hate to admit it. i am. but i have my breakfast every morning. >> older than the parade. >> i was 90 on september 11th. >> there you go. that's the beauty of the clowns on macy's parade. >> thank you very kindly. >> thank you. much more coming up here at the macy's parade. eat your breakfast. ♪ ♪ we live in a pick and choose world.
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>> here are some of the great photos you've sent in. our producer kelly sent her daughter's first thanksgiving,
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ella. >> she's the cutest girl. i love it when she brings her arement. >> army captain hernandez says he's grateful for his service dog. a life safer. >> and nickelette loves her niece who is celebrating her niece. >> i just tested the bacon-wrapped turkey. >> how was it? >> it is so good. you need like eight pounds of bacon to make it. >> kristin fisher is freaking out right now. >> kristin has got family on line on sixth avenue. do you see them in that crowd? >> i say them waving at me a second ago. i'm grateful that they came and joined me here. i'm grateful to be here with all of you.
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can i get an aw? one of those signature "fox & friends" aw? >> it's time for headlines. the mastermind behind 9/11 reveals al qaeda's real strategy, to destroy our country. in a new book about interroga interrogating terrorists, he wants to use america's lax immigration laws to attack. he wanted them to wrap themselves in america's rights and laws for protection and rise up and violently impose sharia from within. the officer stopping the car nor not having a license plate, he heard a sound coming from the trunk and he went to investigate, the suspect's mother who was driving screamed out it's a toi gun. that's when the suspect left out. the officer tackled him to the ground and held him until backup arrived. now, we first showed you this email yesterday.
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it was sent by a university of pittsburgh staffer to professors in the school. part of it urges teacher to bait students to an anti trump national day of action by saying, and i quote, please join us and encourage your students to participate by offering them extra credit. well, it turns out the school says they meant to delete the light on extra credit. blaming it on the student who wrote the email and the staffer who failed to proof read it. those are your headlines. >> thank you, kristin. we want to toss it out before we get to the segment to rick reichmuth who is out to the macy's thanksgiving day parade. do you have sarah mclaughlin, one of my favorite singers of all time, rick? >> yes. yours and mine both. she just walk up. i have to be obsessed with you forever. there you go. just full disclosure. you are amazing. it's such an honor to have you here. what's it like to be here at the macy's parade? >> this is so fun.
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i got to go through with a golf cart. this is back stage. everybody is preparing to get ready. everybody is so excited. it's a beautiful day. i'm thrilled to be here. i love this. >> you are canadian. >> yes. >> you have a different one? >> i believe it's the first week of october, but i have a lot of american cousins, so i pretty much go to seattle and do thanksgiving with them. i get it twice. >> yeah, you do. you also have three christmas albums out. >> two christmas albums out. winter song was ten years ago and wonder land is -- it just came out actually, yeah. >> so two. a new one, you are singing a song from that. >> i'm singing silver bells and there's a beautiful children's choir as well. >> your music is so beautiful. so you are doing christmas music is the most beautiful thing to hear. >> it's very natural for me. it's a lot of fun. >> thank you for joining us. enjoy yourself. >> you as well. happy thanksgiving. >> so jealous. she is one of the all-time best.
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thank you, rick. you starting your christmas shopping already? >> look no further than bass pro shops. they are offering some of the big he have deals of the year right now. they are not waiting until black friday. good to see you. >> so start with san this year. the santa wonderland. you guys are offering it for free? >> you want to know an amazing stat. we've taken almost 9 million free photos with santa. >> 9 million? >> that's an incredible number for me. and it's all free. we believe christmas and family go hand in hand and what better way to start your own tradition and get your free photo with santa. today until december 24th. he's there until 5:00 p.m. >> that's awesome. what are some of the deals. >> we have great black friday sales starting out with these red head men's five pocket jeans. >> why red head?
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>> that's the brands name. >> they are five pockets. >> they are $9.97 and although we got thousands of pairs in stock, you have to get there early because they are going to go fast. >> of course. >> and fleece is always a best seller this time of year. >> they are. for $10, they are super comfortable, casual for men, women, and children. >> so soft. >> they are a wonderful price of $10 apiece. >> and those shirts are in style now. it's almost like a throwback. >> these are hobs creek shirts. they come in those classic plaid, never goes out of style. $10 starting in the morning at 5:00 a.m. >> oh, my gosh. >> i love wearing these. even my husband's with leggings. so comfortable. >> what is this? >> it's a fish finder. it's a 9 inch gps, it's normally a thousand dollars. tomorrow it is $499. this gps fish finder is $500 off tomorrow. >> you keep it on the boat and
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basically can sense -- >> it tells you what's underneath the water. where the fish are. >> speaking of fishing. fishing jackets under $20. >> these jackets aren't just for fishing. they are good for anything outside. outer shell, water-resistant. they are super comfortable and starting at 5:00 a.m., they are $20. >> these are so great. >> i feel like you got a tailgating outfit there. >> we toss it over to clayton. >> coming up here, you saw broadway's reaction to the results of the election. >> we have a message for you, sir and we hope you hear us. we really do. we sir, we are the diverse america who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. >> so how do the voters react to that? we have the brand-new dials where we tracked their response to that. and every year we have a turkey carving contest and for the last three years or maybe even six years, i've been the undisputed champion. yeah, but ed wasn't here, so can
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these two take my crown? stick around. plus we've got country star, superstar, brett eldridge will be joining us when we come back. d . >> hello, we want to wish all our friends and family back home in california a very happy thanksgiving from all the marines and sailors of the 31st. happy thanksgiving! ♪ if you have moderate to severe plaque psoriasis,
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happy thanksgiving to you and your family. we're all awaiting the famous macy's thanksgiving day parade. it is a time-honored tradition and this year that parade is turning 90 years old. >> i forgot that's just me. >> you are getting old there. >> and rick reichmuth is on the ground with country music star brett eldridge. we got him live. >> i don't know if you know this, the first time he ever performed on a national
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television show, right here on "fox & friends." we've got video of that as well. >> we were just dog with that. the first time you performed on a national show was right here. >> was on "fox & friends." my first ever. >> they were just showing some video. >> how did it look? >> my guess is that you were not as well-dressed back then. >> i was not dressed like this. >> what is up this. i feel super under dressed right now. >> i love to dress up. it's the holidays. i got a brand-new christmas album called glow. i'm singing a christmas song. i love to wear tuxs. i love to dress to impress. >> from that time to now, has how life changed? >> i've got a lot more hits and a love more -- i've traveled a lot more places and got more more experiences but i feel like the same kid and just the success has been amazing. i've been very fortunate, so i'm very thankful on this thanksgiving day. >> you can see it because the
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crowd around here, everybody around here is trying to get pictures. now they know who you are. >> i guess so. it's good. >> they are after you. that's awesome. what are you going to be performing today? what float are you on? >> i'men the delta float and i'll be performing let it snow from my new album. >> we've heard that song. >> yeah. i didn't write it. i wish i did. it's a very, it's a very fun big band swing kind of vibe. >> you will have gold on your outfit if you had written that song. >> i would great to see you again. >> all right. ed, back to you. >> good to see you. that is just a great interview and we're so glad he started everything on "fox & friends." meanwhile, president-elect donald trump laying out his plan for his 100 days in office, but the week has not been without controversy from his meetings with the media to the vice president elect's lecture from the cast of "hamilton." what do you think? lee carter joins me with
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brand-new dial tests so give us a sense of what people are thinking. what are people saying as you test out through these dials, what are they thinking about the plan for the first 100 days? >> i was so encouraged watching the dials come back this week because watching a lot of the media right now, you will think that we're the most divided nation that we've ever been and there certainly is an element of that but people are coming back together. they really resonated with donald trump this week and it's great to see. >> so give us the first dial in terms of what you tested. >> what we tested here, this is donald trump laying out his 100 day plan and let's take a look -- >> let's listen to what he said and we'll get the dials. >> on immigration, i will direct the department of labor to investigate all abuses of visa programs that under cut the american worker. on ethics reform, as part of our plan to drain the swamp, we will impose a five-year ban on executive official becoming lobbyists after they leave the administration and a lifetime ban on executive officials
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lobbying on behalf of a foreign government. these are just a few of the steps we will take to reform washington and rebl our middle class. >> so -- let's go through republicans and independents first. this is the beginning of, you know, what he wants to do the first 100 days to drain the swamp. >> that's right. republicans and independents gave it an a. that was off the charts. the most surprising to me was the democrats, they were right along with him. they gave him a c. probably the highest marks i've seen him get from democrats so far. >> that suggests they will give him a chance. normally you'll see an a on the republican side and f on the democrat side. are there democrats saying let's see how he does? >> i think so. i like the message of drain the swamp. i want to give him a chance to do that. it's a message of resonating all the way through. he nailed it. >> talking about division. brandon dixon is the actor from
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"hamilton" who went after vice president mike pence with that lecture. watch. >> we are the device america who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. our planet. our children. our parents, or defend us and uphold our inalienable rights, sir. we truly hope this show has inspired you to uphold our american values and to work on behalf of all of us. >> that seemed like a lecture and maybe not the right time and place to go after the vice president elect. you are talking about democrats may be giving the trump-pence team a chance but yet they loved this lecture. >> the truth of the matter is, a lot of democrats that are concerned about inclusiveness, ironically, but they gave this an x, independents and republicans gave it a d and not because they don't want trump and pence to be the president for all americans as suggested here, but rather because they felt there's a time and place for this and at the end of the night of the theater when pence
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is there with his family, is this the appropriate time? pence on the other hand handled it with great. >> kellyanne conway talking about donald trump the president-elect's meeting with the tv networks asking for fairness. watch this. >> fairness is actually not having presumptive negativity written about you and always assuming the worse about you, i think donald trump has received an unprecedented avalanche of critical coverage when he was running and in part he owes his victory to that. there was a backlash against the elites and against those who were telling americans what is important to them. >> it certainly seems there's a backlash. what do the voters think? >> the republicans and indepe a a. democrats a c minus. kellyanne conway has a gift of reframing things so people understand it. she did it again here. this message of anti establishment, changing the tone, really resonating. >> that's going to be taken into the first 100 days. happy thanksgiving. >> haep thanksgiving to you.
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>> every year, we have a turkey carving contest. for the last three years, clayton has been the undisputed champ. now i'm disputing that. this is my first thanksgiving here. his crown is in dispute. that's next. ♪ what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever? heart healthy california walnuts. the best simple veggie dish ever? heart healthy california walnuts. the best simple dinner ever? heart healthy california walnuts. great tasting, heart healthy california walnuts.
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welcome back. it is turkey day and for many the hardest part of thanksgiving is carving that turkey. >> i'm going to start. >> no cheating.
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>> today, we're putting our skills to the test with a thanksgiving turkey carve-off with the champion clayton. >> here to help us master this. ray joins us. nice to see you. >> happy thanksgiving. >> you have your sleeves rolled up. >> i don't know about this. >> help these guys out with a few tips. >> i give you the basics. after the 15 minutes of rest, you start with the back leg. you are just using the top of the knife, tilt it toward the body, you go in between the leg and the body and with your hand at the same time gentle push down. you see where it opens up the join. take the leg off. in the middle of the leg is the next joint that separates the drem and the thigh. >> can we get the clock on it? right now? >> clayton has the leg up.
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>> are you ready? >> we're ready. >> 4, 3, 2, 1, go! ♪ eye of the tiger ♪ >> goit to get the wing on. >> i feel pretty good about this already. >> oh, my gosh. >> watch your fingers. >> it's harder than you think, isn't it? >> don't go so deep. >> don't go so deep. very gentle. >> remember, that bone is curved. >> i'm sorry. >> we're supposed to do two legs. >> i don't mean to crush you guys. >> oh, my gosh. who would like -- >> i'm already on a second leg. >> who like a nice slice of delicious turkey would anyone like this? with all the fixings? >> i would like a few pieces here. >> you won this year but not this year. >> oh. >> i almost cut myself. i got to be careful. >> this is serious stuff. >> the skin is nice and crispy. >> ladies and gentlemen, we have a new champ, i think.
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>> believe it or not, i suggest to people to remove the skin and move it back because it will dull your knife. >> it's not about how much you cut but -- >> look at this. >> ray, you are the best! >> all the rest here. >> i don't want to be like i'm being partial because i've work with him so much. he's on the right track there. >> right track. >> that looks more like it's supposed to look. >> yeah. >> what are you, a caveman? >> what happened here? your poor family. >> i'm trying to provide for everybody. >> up next, the "fox & friends" has a little something extra to be thankful f this thanksgiving. we meet the newest member of our team up next. >> that's not so bad. >> not so bad at all.
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♪ ♪ >> we know two people who are especially thankful this morning. "fox & friends" writer will case and his wife sarah. >> they just welcomed their first child into the world. a little boy named brett cameron case. >> he arrived early yesterday morning while "fox & friends" was on the air. eight pounds, 9 ounces, 21 inches long. this kid knows how to meet a deadline. >> finally, before we leave you this thanksgiving day.
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we want to tell the world how thankful we are for this great american. gaven haden the iv. >> he is the greatest producer of this program. seeing him with his father, gavin iii. >> it is his birthday. happy 60th. >> he's not 60, right? what i love is gavin wrote that script too. >> follow the script. follow the script. >> great americans. >> and you've been sending us great photos. some of them here. sarah and her dog dakota are thankful her grandson is home for the holidays. >> cynthia and her husband dan are thankful for their dog jake. >> you know what he told us, the first few years you are terrible. you've gotten much better. >> you've done it for years and years. >> my turkey looked like a dog. >> i want to propose that
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kristin fisher be part of it next year. >> it was ugly at the 5k. >> that p haep thanksgiving, everybody. have a great day with your family. >> enjoy the parade. enjoy fox. >> the trump administration taking shape day by day with the president-elect making more and more appointments and, in fact, new announcements expected right after the thanksgiving holiday. good morning, everyone, i'm gregg jarrett live in "america's newsroom." heather: and i'm heather childers. bill and march that are out, but -- martha are out, but we are in. gregg: and the parade just outside our windows. heather: mr. trump naming the first two women to his administration, south carolina governor nikki haley accepting the post of u.n. ambassador while michigan republican donor betsy devos is tapped as the next secretary of

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